PPP Application: List of Overview Documents

The following are the PPP application documents you may need: 1. Complete the PPP application form 2483 (or 2483 SD) from the SBA.gov website. 2. Proof of net income (the only item without employees): IRS 1040 Form C. 3. Proof of salary/income (with employees): Applicable IRS form (940 or 941s, 1120, 1040 Form C, 1065 K1s, 1099s, 990). 4. National quarterly wage and unemployment insurance tax return. 5. As proof of business operations: any invoice, bank statement, record book or 1099 MISC from 1/1/2019 to 2/15/20. 6. The bank statement showing the Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) deposit (if applicable). 7. Unexpired, government-issued driver’s license or passport (applicable to all car owners over 20%). 8. Void checks (or other forms of electronic funds transfer information required by the lender). 9. Proof of a 25% reduction in income according to the SBA guidelines.

PPP Application: List of Overview Documents

This Salary protection plan (PPP) is a small business association (SBA) loan that can provide 1% interest loans. If the borrower uses the money in accordance with the program rules, these loans may be waived. As of December 27, 2020, Congress has approved additional funding for PPP. Fundbox no longer accepts PPP applications, but SBA can help you find PPP lenders. To help you maximize the success rate of your PPP application, we have prepared a list of possible documents that you may wish to have at your fingertips when applying to your lender.

Please note that specific requirements and acceptable documents may vary by lender.

The following are the PPP application documents you may need: 1. Complete the PPP application form 2483 (or 2483 SD) from the SBA.gov website. 2. Proof of net income (the only item without employees): IRS 1040 Form C. 3. Proof of salary/income (with employees): Applicable IRS form (940 or 941s, 1120, 1040 Form C, 1065 K1s, 1099s, 990). 4. National quarterly wage and unemployment insurance tax return. 5. As proof of business operations: any invoice, bank statement, record book or 1099 MISC from 1/1/2019 to 2/15/20. 6. The bank statement showing the Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) deposit (if applicable). 7. Unexpired, government-issued driver’s license or passport (applicable to all car owners over 20%). 8. Void checks (or other forms of electronic funds transfer information required by the lender). 9. Proof of a 25% reduction in income according to the SBA guidelines.

For details, please refer to the American Chamber of Commerce website.

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